A beautifully refurbished period house in an extremely popular location.
Located in a highly sought-after, conservation, area of Hoole, this property typifies the elegant city builds of late Victorian architecture. A truly luxurious, upgraded home; the property is set over three floors, occupying a space of generous proportions (5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms) it represents a paradigm of contemporary living, whilst maintaining a wealth of traditional stylish features. Richly appointed spaces include large gathering areas, to include a double height extension at the rear to ensure maximum light at the back of the property; the entire house is wonderfully bright and airy and has been decorated with tremendous taste and style. The house is arranged over three levels. On the ground floor is a stunning kitchen/family area which is accessed from the reception hall through stained glass double doors. The Tom Howley kitchen bends beautifully with the terrazzo floor, creating a magnificent social space for cooking and entertaining. Adjacent to the space is a grand oak fireplace - leading to the formal dining area with spectacular vaulted ceiling and double height bespoke doors; this space makes a real statement with echoes of contemporary industrial living.
On the other side of the reception hallway is a drawing room with encaustic tiled floor, large bay window, double height rosewood mantlepiece and a stunning coved ceiling typical of the Victorian era. A wc/cloakroom and utility/pump room complete the accommodation on this floor. On the first floor is a magnificent principal bedroom with extensive built-in wardrobes and shelving and a stone freestanding, bath. There are two further guest bedrooms on this floor; bedroom 4 has a Juliet balcony door opening out to overlook the dining area below and a high-level window which looks to the garden beyond.
On the third floor are two further guest bedrooms which are light and airy with large sash windows and sky lights. A bathroom is accessed from the hallway and serves both rooms.
Attached to the house but accessed from the rear is a self-contained annex which subject to the relevant consents could be suitable for a variety of uses including dependent relative accommodation or holiday let. It could also provide very useful home office space.
The front of the property is set well back from the road and approached over an attractive black & white tiled pathway with mature shrubs and Italianate planting scheme. A contemporary lighting scheme is in place. The rear garden is set out for informal dining, socializing with a small vegetable patch and cutting garden. Beyond the garden is a parking area for 3 cars.
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